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- Beaded Chain Mail Jewelry Whyte, Dylon$22.95
Chain mail jewelry is lovely in and of itself, but when you add beautiful beads, it becomes spectacular. Learn the fundamentials, and innovative technique for threading the beads onto chain mail, and eight weave patterns, ranging fromtime-honored classics to new originals. Try you hand at 27 pretty projects, from simple to challenging. These pieces are trye showstoppers.
Format: Hardcover Dimentions: 9" x 10" Pages: 144 Illustrations: 300Learn More
- Beaded Chain Mail Jewelry Whyte, Dylon$17.95
Chain mail jewelry is lovely in itself, but when you add beautiful beads, it becomes spectacular. Learn the fundamentals and eight basic chain weaving techniques, ranging from adaptations of old favorites to Dylon Whyte's original patterns. Then try your hand at 26 pretty projects, including a melodic Persian Star chain anklet embllished with flashy bells, a single spiral necklace that uses glass roller beads to evoke the chilly splendor of a frosty day, and earrings with an inverted triangle design that is reminiscent of grape leaves in autumn.
Format: Softcover Dimentions: 8 1/2" x 10" Pages: 144 Illustrations: 208Learn More
- Beauty in the Shadows Putnam. Nol$56.00
BEAUTY IN THE SHADOWS: Wrought Iron in the Washington National Cathedral
Visitors coming to the Washington National Cathedral are often overwhelmed by the impact of the physical setting. What many do not notice on the first visit, though, is what some would call the most impressive work of all in the Cathedral's fabric: the ironwork of Washington National Cathedral. Now with this guide the intricate detail of the cathedral's ironwork is revealed in beautiful and often surprising ways. Nol Putnam's book, 'Beauty in the Shadows,' Barry Bem's research, Christopher Budny's and James Pittman's photography provide a corrective way for all of us to experience this ironwork in its entire intricate splendor. It is the definitive catalogue and guide to the ironwork of the Washington National Cathedral. (The Rt. Rev. Gary Hall, Dean, Washington National Cathedral)
AND – for those, who live far away and only contemplate a visit to the National Cathedral, this book can serve as the econmical traveler's substitute for such a trip. It might even whet their appetite for the real thing.
Format: Hard Cover Dimentions: 12 1/4" x 9 1/4" Pages: 192 pages Illustrations: 260Learn More
- Blacksmith's and Hammerman's Emporium, A Freund, Douglas$30.00
A Blacksmith's & Hammerman's EMPORIUM is a hard bound Collection of Rare Trade Literature from Ten Prominent Manufacturers of power hammers and forges (including bellows) each with an introduction
Format: Hard cover Dimentions: 6 1/4" x 9 1/4" Pages: 288 Illustrations: 250Learn More
- Blacksmith's Cookbook, The: Recipes in Iron Whitaker, Francis$40.00
NEW reprint with index!
This book is the result of ten years of workshops, demonstrations and master classes. The idea of the title for 'The Blacksmith's Cookbook' was to give credit to blacksmith's wives, especially my own. There is a similarity between forges and kitchens, basic equiptment, basic tools and the often exquisite results. A large part of my success is due to the devoted help of my wife, and I am sure this applies to many other smiths. F.W.
Format: Softcover - spiral bound. Dimentions: 6" x 9 1/2" Pages: 153 Illustrations: 144Learn More
- Blacksmith's Craft, A Dixon, George$28.00
The Legacy of Francis Whitaker: Vol I
This is a compendium for blacksmiths at any level to preserve techniques and processes essential for the mastery of all levels of traditional blacksmithing. The beautiful illustrations and clearly demonstrated techniques make this the book to become the standard by which all others will be measured.
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 8" x 10" Pages: 157 Illustrations: 800Learn More
- Blacksmith's Craft, The McRaven, Charles$19.95
A Primer of Tools & Methods
A step-by-step guide to building a simple forge, crafting the basic tools, and learning the techniques to get started in blacksmithing. Easy to follow photos.
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 7" x 9" Pages: 248 Illustrations: over 200Learn More
- Blacksmith, The$7.00
The Artisan within the Early Community
The blacksmith was a man of many talents and took his place as an important member of the early farm community. Virtually every article for the home or farm that could not be formed of wood was made by him. His shop served as a natural gathering place for the men of his village and as a center for the exchange of information on crops, gossip and national news.
Henry and George Landis of Landis Valley Pennsylvania, were brothers of exceptional curiosity. As small, rural children, they were curious about the way people lived and worked during the founding days of this nation. Before their formal schooling was accomplished, they had already begun to collect American antiques that were to become the nucleus of the Landis Valley Museum. They were often seen with their horse-drawn wagon coming home from country sales loaded with "another pile of junk."
It is to them that this booklet is dedicated.
Format: Softcover Dimentions: 8 1/2" x 11" Pages: 64 Illustrations: 111Learn More